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Found 5 results

  1. Jack D

    Scroll Wheel Zoom Settings?

    I'm just starting the process of moving over to windows from a lifetime on mac and can't seem to figure out how to set the mouse wheel not to zoom as far per individual click. E.G. when I'm at 100% zoom and I scroll to zoom in, the 1st jump is to 150%. When I zoom out from 100% the first jump is to 67%. Is there any way to make it so that I could jump to say, 125% or some smaller increment? It's really messing with my workflow having to c key zoom all the time... HARDWARE: - 2018 Razer Blade 15 Advanced (4k model) w/ Windows10 - 3dconnexions cadmouse wireless SETTINGS in attached screen shots
  2. In creating a small truss & hoist plot came across a couple of weird things; Plot as normal (Top/Plan) - LX Problem-1.jpeg - All normal, quite happy thank you. Plot in Plan - weird lines emanating from the hoist positions - LX Problem-2.jpeg - Tried editing without success. In 3D aspects weird lines are still visible - LX Problem-3 at 86% zoom.jpeg - All normal apart from the weird lines. Zoom in to a hoist at 217% and everything disappears - LX Problem-4 at 217%.jpg - Items are still there and 'glow' when moused over or 'select all'. Any clues?
  3. Raja

    Vworks 2019 bitmap

    Bitmap image renders totally black in VW 2019. If I zoom way in it looks normal.
  4. Suddenly today Vectorworks is doing something that I can't work with. If I hold the cursor over the document it zooms in constantly. I can't make it stop unless I hover over one of the tool palettes or menu bar. The second I put the curser back on the document it starts zooming. It does this on design layers, perspective views, even sheet layers. I tried restarting several times and it still does it. I thought that perhaps it was the scroll wheel on the mouse which I use to zoom, soI tried using a different mouse without a scroll wheel and it still zoomed. I tried unclicking the zoom mouse wheel preference and it moves horizontally instead of zooming, but again I can't control it. This happens on every file that I have tried, even my template. I then tried reinstalling SP3. It still does this. I can't work like this, so any help is greatly appreciated! Thanks, Jason
  5. Does anyone have any idea what causes this? It happens at random, in random drawings. You zoom in/out it'll go back to normal for a moment and pop back to something like the attached once you finish zooming. It seems to persist till VW is closed and restarted. Vectorworks Spotlight 2017 SP2

 

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